A typical day/night at work as a host consisted of no more than three hosts, each assigned to a specific job. My duty was to act as the "leader", which means I was pretty much in charge of the flow of the entire restaurant. I quoted wait times, proposed a seating plan, all while greeting and accommodating guests. It got quite stressful at times, but I soon became accustomed to the fast-paced work environment. The managers were usually very helpful and understanding. At takeout, I would arrive and immediately check for any catering orders, in which I would have to package all the food items and get them ready before the restaurant opened. During a typical day at the takeout counter, I would receive quite a few orders both in person and through the fax machine. I would enter the orders into the system and complete all of them once the food was handed to the customer. The hardest part of the job was to manage taking and entering multiple orders, while also being responsible for packing the food and organizing the orders with no assistance.
Helpful and Kind Management
No pay raise, no other opportunities